NOTE: This cache IS wheelchair accessible, however help may be needed for the last stage to actually sign the log. If you are a wheelchair cacher on your own, PLEASE contact me and I will gladly meet you there to sign the log, or just email me a brief description of the last stage and I will be happy to count it as a find.
Let me preface by saying I truly appreciate the LPCs out there and am grateful to their hiders for placing them. They are great for beginning cachers, number runs and P&Gs when you're on the road and need a quick find from that area. I'm not "anti-LPC", but...
A straight-up LPC just didn't seem my style so I never planned on hiding one. Then a brand spanking new shopping center opened up near home base and all those virgin light poles were staring at me, daring me to do something; toying w/ my geocaching mind that a hide needed to be in this location and they, the light poles, needed to be involved. So, I succumbed to their pressure and wily ways... sort of.
If you were looking for an LPC a bit different from the norm, this is it (though I do HIGHLY recommend Tennessee Jed's LampPostCache (GC1H7FR).
This is a multi-stage cache and muggles will abound. The listed coordinates will get you started on your journey. There you will (hopefully) find information to send you to the next stage. A compass will be helpful, but a good sense of direction may be enough. Proceed on w/ each stage in the same manner until you reach the cache.
Once you find it, PLEASE re-secure the container properly.
Enjoy and happy hunting!
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